Congratulations on acquiring your Canary! We'll have you up and running quickly. Please follow the steps shown below.
To setup your Canary, you'll need:
- An Ethernet cable and network point.
- A workstation (with Bluetooth) to configure the Canary.
- IP information for your Canary's deployment, including a DNS server that can resolve public DNS.
- Credentials for your hosted console.
1. Plug the Canary into the Network
Connect your Canary to your network with an Ethernet cable.
Step 2. Power up your Canary
Plug the USB power cable into any USB socket OR supplied USB power adaptor.
Step 3. Wait for the blue status LED
As your Canary boots, hold down the button (the LED is a button too!) for about 15 seconds. The status LED will show purple, then blue. When it turns blue, it's ready to be setup.
4. Pair with your Canary over Bluetooth
Use your workstation's Bluetooth tool to discover and pair with the Canary Device.
If you pair using a Windows machine, click here.
5. Connect to the Canary's Bluetooth Network
Once paired, connect to the Canary's Bluetooth network using the Bluetooth icon on your Mac's menu bar.
6. Surf to your Canary
In your browser surf to http://setup.canary.tools.
If your browser cannot contact the site, click here.
7. Configure the Canary
Give your Canary a name and record where it'll be installed, configure its IP settings (either static or DHCP), select a device personality and Save.
For more configuration options, click here.
8. Smile! You're almost there!
9. Register your Canary
Your configured Canary now needs to register itself with your console. Open another browser tab to your console and log in. This will allow the Canary to register automatically.
If automatic registration fails, click here for information about offline registration.
10. Approve the Canary registration
In your hosted console, you'll get a popup notification with the details of your newly registered Canary. Carefully verify the details and approve the registration.
11. Deploy into production
With your Canary setup, move it to its production environment and power it up. When the status LED goes Green, the Canary is live.